probably already posted but my time online is short today:
I'm sure it has been mentioned already, but who is to say that one of the computers that was sent the kill command is not part of some system critical piece of machinery, say a control computer for a nuclear reactor, or a computer that checks to see if the engines on a nuclear missile are non-operating? I'm half sure that the FBI thought of this, but we have definitely seen other cases of the govt doing things that have consequences beyond what they thing is "possible."
Many recent games are stunning in terms of the things they represent. Little Big Planet is unique in the free flow of challenges requiring the player to build his, or her, own solution regardless of outside influences.
Art is by its very nature transient to a specific population, and cannot really be defined clearly, since it is truly in the eye of the beholder.